By Amelia Atwater-Rhodes
Sarah Vida has given up every thing for romance. From a mythical family members of vampire-hunting witches, Sarah was once raised to by no means belief a vampire, to by no means enable her safeguard down, and to prevent all difficult attachments of the guts. yet now Sarah IS a vampire—changed via the boy she notion she enjoyed. Her relations has forsaken her, and Sarah herself is disgusted by way of her urge for food for blood.
Aida Vida is Sarah's older sister, the great, trustworthy sibling who constantly does her relations proud. but if Aida's mom insists that Sarah be came upon and killed, Aida is given the only task that she is probably not in a position to perform.
Taking position over simply twenty-four hours, ALL simply GLASS tells the tale of a game-changing conflict that would perpetually switch the area of the Den of Shadows. And at its middle is the tale of 2 sisters who needs to choose from love and accountability. darkish, fully-imagined, and difficult to place down, ALL simply GLASS will thrill Amelia's fans—old and new.
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The spring day was windy, and the new leaves on the trees outside rustled, making the light move and the rainbows dance on the table. “Sarah, Adia,” Dominique admonished them, appearing like magic in Sarah’s instant of inattention. “Sorry, Mother,” Adia said while Sarah tried to decide if she really had seen movement through the window. ” Seizing the excuse to get out of her chair before her mother could forbid her, she sprang to her feet and bounced across the room, stretching her seven-year-old body.
With her father’s death, her childhood had ended. She drew a deep breath, dropping into old habits meant to focus the body and mind, but she had no pulse to regulate and the air that came into her lungs was useless to her. She rubbed her hands over her arms, trying to remind herself of her physical body and remove herself from memories, and her palms passed over pale skin and paler scars. The lines were faint now: a strand of ivy etched into her wrist, a rose on one shoulder and the name Nikolas on the other.
But maybe she had thought she could justify Sarah’s. Adia sat while Hasana set and splinted her broken fingers, then put six stitches in her upper arm. The healer’s power numbed the pain from the injury and the needle going into and out of damaged flesh, leaving Adia with a disconnected sensation. In some ways she would rather have the pain than this sense that the skin the healer was stitching wasn’t really hers, but instead belonged to a stranger. After a few minutes, Michael came to the table.